• Real Estate Investing Through Tax Liens & Deeds

  • The Beginner's Guide to Earning Sustainable a Passive Income While Reducing Risks (Traditional Buy & Hold Doesn't Work Anymore)
  • By: Phil C. Senior
  • Narrated by: Taylor Jeremy
  • Length: 1 hr and 4 mins
  • Categories: Money & Finance, Economics
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (86 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Are you always losing in your investments?

Never seem to make money from your "passive income" projects?
Don’t have huge capital to invest in big ticket investments?
Always dreaming of owning multiple properties?
Want a change in your life?

Let’s face it, you are a money savvy person, but somehow you never made it. Your passive income plans never came true and instead turned out to be disasters.

Twenty percent of investors are successful because they are equipped with the right knowledge.

Why not...discover tax lien investing?

If you are looking for ways to make a passive and steady income devoid of all the risks and stresses of other investment vehicles, then you should how to invest in tax liens. As it is right now, there are plenty of opportunities out there for investors just like you. There are plenty of properties out there that large investors and banks will never buy.

This kind of investment opportunity is suitable for conservative investors who prefer profitable ventures without any significant risks. It is crucial that you learn more about tax lien certificates investing and how to go about the process. Tax lien and deed certificates investing are lucrative investment opportunities that allow you to invest your money with the government and receive a check that you can cash out.

The best part is that you do not need large sums of money to invest in tax deeds. People invest as little as $50 and $100, while others choose to invest larger amounts. You can buy tax lien certificates and then sell them to others for a profit.

Attention! Tax lien investing is not for everyone!

This audiobook is not for people:

  • Who don't want to take actions in life
  • Who are not committed for a change
  • Who give up on building their passive income portfolio
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Excellent book

The author mentioned all aspects that a newbie should know before jumping into the water. The key value is her opinion regarding doing due diligence before purchase.

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excellent info for tax liens

This book is very easy to understand. It gives you step by step information and resources on tax liens and deed. I would recommend this book to any one that wants to know about tax lien and deeds.

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Amazing book!

Great book! I've listen many tax lien books and this one has the most actionable steps. If you want to actually invest instead of just listen about it this is an excellent book to buy!

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Too short and very basic information.

Most of the information in this book could be found through a Google search. There were some helpful resources, but the book is way too short!

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Useless introduction to the topic

You can find much more useful information on YouTube for Free. The book just refers to use paid service of "professionals". No useful methods, no valuable information is here.

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Extremely Basic, Short, and Repetitive

For such a short book it sure does repeat itself a lot. There are less than 15 minutes of actual content in this 1 hour audio book, at best. It also gives almost no new information and contradicts itself constantly. The author keeps saying to "do your due diligence" but explains very little about what that entails. He also says several times that risks in tax lien investing are "practically nonexistent". But there's a whole chapter about the many ways you can lose your entire investment. The tone of the book shifts like this several times from "This is the best investment ever. There are no risks." to "Look at all these risks. You will lose everything." and back. It's like it was written by two people. Overall, a big waste of time. There's far better information freely available to anyone who can do a basic Internet search.

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good book

well written in simple English. It is a good fast listen with easy to understand directions. Well worth the money.

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Tax Liens

This book is excellent. You get clear and easy to understand information by listening this book.

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good read

a clear and simple book, simple step by step explanations on how to bid on foreclosure auctions, what pitfalls to lookout for, and how you can even bid online. highly recommended.

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Excellent listening

Excellent book if you are interested in tax liens. Covers the topic thoroughly. This book is very useful for tax liens. Highly recommend.

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  • Gabriella D. Siniard
  • 10-28-19

THE BEST book on Real Estate

Phil is a fantastic author, and person. He has taught me so much about Real Estate. I didn't know a single thing about this industry until reading this book. I am now 22 years old and getting closer to purchasing my first duplex. Going to look at a great option later today, all thanks to Phil and the knowledge learned from this book.

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  • Gloria C. Greer
  • 10-28-19

Great book for beginners!

This book is definitely at the top of my list for beginners in real estate. Phil did a fantastic job describing real estate and different strategies to take within real estate. He broke down how to calculate ARV’s, how to add and subtract expenses, he explained the BRRR strategy in the most basic way, and he provided formulas and examples of breakdowns. The only thing I wished he would have covered was how to properly calculate or do a short sale. Other than that this book definitely deserves 5 stars. Unlike other books that ramble about nothing, he actually provided a lot of beneficial information.

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  • Holly G. Cash
  • 10-28-19

Excellent primer on what you need to know

This book provides an excellent overview of what you need to know to dive into RE investing. It covers many aspects, some in greater depth than others, but rest assured, when you finish it, you will have a good idea of what you need to consider for rental property investing (both the do's and the don'ts, including tricks of the trade).

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  • Nancy J. Bridges
  • 10-28-19

Great book

I've been thinking of starting real estate investments and this book gave me great insights on what it takes to make it happen. Thanks for sharing Brandon, I've also been listening to your podcasts, so far, I e listed to about 50 of them and they excite me and make me look forward to my real estate investment future. Thanks again

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  • Maria J. Hague
  • 10-28-19

A How-to book that actually is one

I've gone through almost 20 books in the last 6 weeks on various investing topics. Several were about real estate and this was a good one. I'd say that it covered what was in the other books and then went further with solid lists of how to do things and in what order. If you could only buy one book on investing in rental properties, this should be it.

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  • Shannon F. Harris
  • 10-28-19

The greatness and challenges of rental property in

Brandon has a great sharing heart! He does a wonderful job portraying the greatness and challenges of rental property investing. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. As a follow up for any real estate investor, it's imperative to surround yourself with like minded people on BiggerPockets.com and/or at local REI meetups.

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  • Adrienne E. Hoffman
  • 10-28-19

Excellent Introduction to Rental Property Investin

As someone wanting an overview of the rental property business, I found this book very helpful. The author is knowledgeable and experienced, and shows a firm grasp of the various aspects of his trade. He evidences an clear passion for the rental business, which is contagious for the reader. The book was well-written and engaging, and had no trouble keeping my attention.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-28-19

excellent reading by Taylor

Excellent book. I like to listen to books while I drive. This one has some great information, but I can't take notes while I'm driving, so I'll need to buy a hard copy for my reference library. So for me, this book is worth purchasing in two versions. If you are going to get into real estate investing you will never find a book with all the answers to your questions. But this one is a good one to add to your collection. The author points to many other good sources for information.

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  • Anna C. Kline
  • 10-28-19

Good material to have on hand

Has been a good read so far. I little boring in some parts but has some good information I can use. I like the broken down example when talking about the numbers, it makes it easier to understand.

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  • Frances McBee
  • 10-28-19

This book is excellent.

This book is excellent. It covers in-depth the basics and nuances of investing in rental property, and I ended up reading this book almost three time fully because of what it has. Definitely applicable to real life scenarios, and it is a great and enjoyable read. My only criticism is that at times I feel as if I was being talked to like a child, but those moments were few and far between and it was all for the sake of clarity. Regardless, any person, whether new to investing or seasoned, should grab this book.